A nourishing, firming, glowing dry body oil.
LONG AGO… In the South Pacific, mystical maidens lived beneath the waves. These maidens were called sea-daughters, famously known as Mer-maids. They are beautiful, often depicted with a magnificent tail, combing their long flowy hair. The Monoï de Tahiti mixture of tiaré (gardenia) blossoms and Polynesian coconut oil, was used to protect their hair and skin from harsh sun rays, insects and salt water. This tradition was passed down to their daughters and has existed for thousands of years.
Key Ingredients: This body oil blend of Monoï (10%), kukui and cherry seed oil nourishes and repairs dry, flaky skin while providing a rich source of antioxidants that help shield against pollution, while lycopene-rich tomato seed oil provides the essential fatty acids and minerals to keep the skin looking firm and supple.
Monoï oil is composed of two unique ingredients:
1. Tiaré, the ‘beauty flower’; rich in active compounds, known for its soothing and purifying properties.
2. Polynesian Coconut, the ‘white gold’; a silky, refined coconut oil that is exclusively grown on the coral soil of French Polynesia.
All skin types, particularly those with dry skin.
We are obsessed with this body oil – not only does it smell DIVINE, it also feels incredible. Its non-greasy satin finish means that you can apply it, let it sink in a little, and then get dressed and go about your day without worrying about getting oily residue on your clothes. Plus, it gives your skin a healthy looking glow, and who doesn’t love that!
ABOUT THE BRAND
Embark on a skincare voyage with Artifact Skincare Co. Founded by a Canadian wife-husband team in 2014, Artifact combines ancient wisdom with modern performance.
Using only non-toxic, high quality active ingredients and botanicals, Artifact products are lovingly created to complement and enhance the daily self-care ritual.
Infused with elements of aroma, memory, place and beauty traditions from across the globe, each product in the range is in itself an “artifact”, carrying with it stories and maps of discovery.